NASA's innovative software networks high-power microscopes with students and researchers.
A new laboratory module is destined for the International Space Station.
The Oxygen Generation System promises to provide the International Space Station crew with more breathable air -- in a more reliable way.
Larry Taylor and his team test hundreds of explosives that are installed on the space shuttle.
Henry "Hank" Hartsfield Jr., Charles Bolden and Brewster Shaw Jr., were inducted May 6 into the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame.
Times change, people change, and even orbiters and astronauts change.
Kennedy Space Center renames its Firing Room 1 in honor of STS-1 Commander John Young and Pilot Robert Crippen.
Launches come into clearer focus with HDTV.› View Video (Real) →
Looks are deceiving as major changes to the space shuttle took place over the last 25 years.
A public affairs writer gets a middeck seat to a space shuttle simulation.
NASA's ships fill key roles.› View Video (Real) →
Building the space station fosters international cooperation.
Kennedy Space Center co-sponsored the 2006 FIRST Robotics Florida regional competition.
Trusted components, facilities and work force will power NASA's future exploration.
NASA engineer Bill McQuade comes home to NASA.› View Video (Real) →
Israeli high school students visit Kennedy to pay homage to astronaut Ilan Ramon.
The two-day event at Kennedy gave mission astronauts a chance to handle the hardware.› View Video (Real) →
Historic Cape Canaveral Lighthouse refurbishment begins.› View More Images
Conference at Kennedy spurs discussion on ways satellites track changes in the ocean's health.
GlobalFlyer launches from Kennedy to complete the longest aircraft flight in history.› View Video (Real) →